It can be hard to find a company that values women so much that they are at the very root of everything that it is built on, but with Keyot, they understand that women are capable of incredible things, like running consulting firms, and they do it better than most.
"In our industry, most firms will find consultants a role and then cease contact until their next engagement, leaving the consultant and the client to deal with any issues on their own," Cindy Rockwell, managing partner and co-owner of Keyot, told Norwalk Times. "We take a different approach and utilize a delivery management system to monitor these relationships, ensuring both our consultants and our clients are satisfied throughout each engagement."
Rockwell explained that Keyot makes sure they have the best individuals working on each case, not only to complete the projects but also to ensure a great dynamic between Keyot and client.
"We also maintain a heavy focus on finding the right match between consultants and clients so that our consultants get to do work they truly enjoy, while our clients get the right people for the roles they need," Rockwell said. "It takes us a bit more time and resources to find those matches, but it’s worth it."
Last, but certainly not least, Keyot tries to understand exactly what their clients need, so there is never a project that is less-than-perfect when it's done.
"We differentiate ourselves by taking the time to understand our clients and their needs on a much deeper level than our competitors," Rockwell said. "Not only does this ensure we find consultants who fit the client environment and culture in addition to the role, but it also allows us to get out ahead of issues we think our clients may face in the future."
Striving to be partners with their clients rather than "just another firm," Rockwell explained, is at the heart of what Keyot does.